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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Pre-Surgery Most frequent questions and answers
Arizona Center for Hand to Shoulder Surgery does not set up the patients COVID-19 test. Many of the surgical facilities we partner with offer in house COVID-19 testing for patient convenience. You will need to contact the Surgery Center or Hospital where your surgery is scheduled for more information.
If you’re scheduled with the Arizona Specialty Surgery Center, you must complete your test within 10 days or less of your procedure. Results must be received no later than 12 noon the business day prior to the procedure to be able to continue with your surgery. Only NAAT, PCR and antigen tests are allowed.
Due to the nature of our trauma practice, surgery times are provided the day before your scheduled surgery when our lineups are confirmed. You will receive a call with this information one (1) day prior to your scheduled surgery.
Many of our patients simply provide their insurance funded transportation a tentative surgery time on the scheduled surgery date and update it once a check in time is provided during your confirmation call.
For this request, you will need to speak with your medical assistant. Please call 602-258-4788 and select the option to speak with your medical assistant. The Surgery Scheduling Staff are not able to assist with this matter.
Once the clearance is received by the surgery scheduling department, one of our team members will call to schedule surgery. If you have not been contacted, you may need to follow up with your clearing providers office. They can fax the surgery clearance to 602-258-5131 or send the clearance via our secure email to email@example.com